The annual Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) is now the world’s largest professional communications technology event, covering everything from LED display screens, sound systems, networking, building control systems, and much more. Workplace, healthcare, government, museums and many other markets are addressed and represented. Taking place in Amsterdam throughout 15 halls of exhibitors, it has become the global … Read more
As we all know, there’s an engineering talent shortage right now. In reaction to this, TEECOM has been raising awareness about low-voltage engineering as a career path through outreach to college students and our summer internship program, TEECOMuniversity. Recently, one of our former interns from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, introduced us to the Cal … Read more
Acceptance testing is a critical part of every audiovisual project. During audiovisual acceptance testing, the AV consultant examines and tests a project’s nearly completed audiovisual systems to ensure that they perform as intended and are installed professionally. Systems that work well but have visible flaws aren’t accepted, and neither are systems that have operational problems, even if they look good.
TEECOM Announced as Major Sponsor of European Experience Economy Event TiLEzone TEECOM’s Blair Parkin named as chairperson and curator of 13th TiLEzone London Oakland, California, USA — 17 January, 2018 — Leading technology consulting firm TEECOM has been named as major sponsor and curator of the 2018 TiLEzone London event. Hosted by the London Transport Museum … Read more
Last week, we introduced you to FIERA, our Fully Integrated Electronic Room Assistant. FIERA is the virtual assistant inhabiting TEECOM’s Research Lab. We described how FIERA coordinates and regulates all the interconnected systems, responds to voice commands, and manages the space. Today, we talk about how an impulsive gear purchase led to a new way for … Read more
Workshop. Research lab. Fab lab. Impact lab. Incubator. Maker space. Innovation hub. Whatever your organization calls it, dedicated in-house R&D spaces are increasingly popular as a way to introduce new thinking to every industry. As TEECOM developed our research space, we looked to several successful labs for inspiration. Here are the lessons we learned: 1. Optimize … Read more
Every building has character, a personality, thanks to its design, its context, its inhabitants. In the future, every building may be a personality, as artificial intelligence increasingly provides once-inert spaces with a voice and the ability to act. This shift will require designers and architects to think in new ways about how inhabitants relate to buildings. … Read more
In October, TEECOM was named to the 2017 San Francisco Business Times’ “Fast100,” the annual list of Fastest Growing Private Companies in the Bay Area. In an environment full of high-powered Silicon Valley venture-funded startups, we took particular pride in making the list. As those Silicon Valley startups know, however, growing fast comes with challenges. One … Read more
Sometimes the most challenging aspect of technology design can be getting devices to play together nicely. Case in point: patients checking in to a recently built healthcare facility are provided with an iPad for the duration of their hospital stay. This iPad is pre-loaded with a customized patient schedule, prescribed educational materials (i.e. a smoking cessation … Read more
At the end of our twentieth year, we’re taking a look back at the milestones that made us who we are. Join us on a TEECOM timeline tour from Moscone Convention Center West to New Parkland Hospital, from one employee to 88 engineers, designers, project managers, BIM specialists, software and hardware developers, and more.